Guests staying at select Walt Disney World resorts will soon have the option of buying additional Fastpasses.
- Guests will be able to buy additional Fastpasses
- Available to guests staying in club-level rooms
- Option will costs $50 per person, per day
A Disney spokesperson confirmed the information with Spectrum News 13 on Tuesday.
The extra FastPass+ option will be available to club-level resort guests.
The three additional Fastpasses will cost $50 per person, per day and can be used at any park. Guests will need valid theme park admission.
A minimum three-day purchase is required for the add-on, according to Disney.
So for one guest who wants to add the option for three days, it would cost $150.
Club-level resort guests will be able to add the option after making their reservation. The additional Fastpasses can be booked 90 days in advance, instead of the usual 60 days for resort guests.
With the fastpasses, guests will get preferred viewing for nighttime spectaculars.
The add-on is available to Disney annual passholders who stay in eligible rooms.
Disney World plans to roll out the pilot program Friday.
The FastPass+ service is included free of charge with theme park admission.
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